Nov. 27, 2009 Fremont, N.C. — A Wayne County family was grieving the loss of their pet on Friday. The Stanton family’s dog, a 7-month-old bulldog mix named Diesel, was shot by a police officer after investigators said it and a doberman-pit-bull mix, attacked a family walking near their Fremont home on Thanksgiving.Police said 30-pound Diesel was shot after biting a 15-year-old boy and then coming after the officer. “He came toward the officer aggressively and at that point the officer took him down,” Freemont Police Chief Ron Rawlings said. Rawlings said the officer who shot Diesel is a K-9 officer.“He loves pets, probably more than anyone,” Rawlings said. TYPICAL OF NUTTERS, THE OWNERS ARE SAYING THEIR DOGS JUST WANTED TO "PLAY".

Dec. 19, 2009 Yadkinville, NC -- An entire family is recovering from a pit bull attack.Nine-year-old Jonathan Whitaker and his step mother, Amanda Whitaker both came out of surgery for injuries Saturday night.The boy's father, Terry Whitaker, says his children were playing in the snow when the family's pet pit bull attacked his son. The nine-year-old received the worst injuries. Whitaker says the dog tore off part of his son's ear.He says Jonathan's mother and stepmother came running to help, when they two were attacked. Whitaker says he tried to pull the pit bull off his wife when the dog bit him.All four family members went to North Carolina Baptist Hospital for treatment.Jonathan and his stepmother are still receiving medical attention. His mother and father were treated and released, and went to Jonathan's bedside.Whitaker says Jonathan also has cuts on his face.A family friend says Animal Control officers have removed the attacking dog, as well as another pit bull the family owns. ATTACKED THE ENTIRE FAMILY, PROBABLY WILL GET PIT OF THE YEAR FROM THE NUTTERS.

Jan. 19, 2010 Rock Hill, S.C. -- A first-grader was recovering at home Monday, five days after he was attacked by a neighbor's dog while riding his bicycle.Ravion Cunningham, who goes by the nickname Ray-Ray, said he tried to jump over a fence to avoid the pit bull, which had escaped from the owner's house."I was trying to run as fast as I can," the 7-year-old told NewsChannel 36. "He started biting me.""He was gone about 10 minutes and he came back with blood everywhere," said Barbara Cunningham.Cunningham was injured in his face and buttocks and part of his right ear was severed."It was just very traumatic," said Casandra Cousar, a neighbor who witnessed the attack from the porch of her home on Rich Street.Cousar said she rushed to help the boy as the dog's owner also gave chase."I was beating the dog with a stick and she was pulling at the dog," Cousar said.Eventually freed from the animal, Cunningham rushed to his grandmother's home, about 100 yards from where he was attacked.Hospital staff at Piedmont Medical Center re-attached the boy's ear and closed other wounds with more than 100 stitches.Barbara Cunningham said doctors told her Ravion's face would likely be permanently scarred.It was not clear why the dog lunged at the boy, although Cousar said she believed the 1-year-old animal was attempting to play with Ravion and got excited when he tried to run away."If they think you’re playing, they will chase you and snap at you," she said, adding her family also owns a pit bull. AS USUAL, THE WIGGLE BUTT JUST WANTED TO PLAY AND LEFT LIFE ALTERING SCARS ON A FIRST GRADER JUST RIDING HIS BIKE.

April 16, 2010 WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- A 13-year-old on his way to the school bus was attacked by a pit bull Friday morning. The attack occurred around 7:30 on Angel Island Road in the Monterrey Heights neighborhood of New Hanover County.Vincent Marchese says the pit bull jumped the fence and chased after him, biting him in the leg. Marchese had surgery on his leg at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. He says he'd be scared to walk by the home again if the dog was in the yard."They should put it to sleep," said Marchese, "or at least do something with it so it doesn't hurt anybody else."Neighbors say they've seen children taunt the dog before, but they could not say whether or not Marchese was involved. Marchese says he never bothered the dog.New Hanover County Animal Control says there are no prior reports of the dog running loose, but the pit bull will be confined for 10 days, which is a standard practice for all bite incidents. PIT NUTTER NEIGHBORS BLAMING THE VICTIM.

April 30, 2010 THOMASVILLE — A Thomasville boy was injured Friday when a pit bull bit him several times on his body, authorities said today.The attack on the boy, 5, happened shortly before 2:30 p.m. at 329 Walker St., Thomasville police said.The child was being treated this evening at Wake Forest Baptist University Medical Center in Winston-Salem, Thomasville police said in a written statement.Don Gordon, who lives at 329 Walker Street, owns the dog, police said. DAMN NANNY DOG.

May 3, 2010 Authorities say a boy walking to a school bus stop was attacked by two dogs Monday morning. Wayne County Animal Control says they have quarantined the two dogs, one a pit bull mix and the other a lab mix. It happened on Pine Tree Lane in Dudley. Animal Control Director Vicki Falconer says the 9-year-old from Brogden Elementary School had a few puncture wounds and bruising from the attack. The child was transported to the hospital and the school system says the third grader has since been released. Falconer says the bus driver pulled up to the bus stop and waited for the child. She says off in the distance the driver spotted the attack and used a broom on the bus to break up the attack. A teacher's assistant stopped to help as well.Animal Control says they have not yet been able to speak with the child's family. They say the two dogs, which live next door to the child, were very friendly when they picked them up from their yard.Falconer says the dogs, both about a year old, will stay at the shelter for a mandatory rabies check and then the owners can get them back after paying a boarding fee and other costs. She said if their investigation deems the dogs to be dangerous then the owner could be given stipulations for their return. Animal Control says this is the first problem they've had with these two dogs. MAYBE THE FIRST BUT WON'T BE THE LAST.

May 7, 2010 Graham, NC--- Graham police are looking for a four legged suspect for attacking a goat. Thursday night, officers were called to East Park Street after the goat's owner called to report that one of his goats was attacked by a Pit Bull. Capt. Steve McGilvray told WFMY News 2, the incident happened after 7:30pm behind the YDG Skatepark. McGilvray said the owner kept the goats, in a fenced in area, behind the business to graze and keep the grass down. Investigators say, a pit bull and another dog got to the goat by going under the fence.The owner told officers when he went outside, he saw the Pit Bull and another dog but the Pit Bull was the one attacking his animal. The owner said he was able to get the dog off his goat, but not before it had ripped part of the goat's face off. Officers spotted the dogs but lost them after they ran off into some woods.McGilvray says the 'suspects' are still at large.McGilvary told WFMY that goats are allowed in the city limits and city guidelines if you decide to have any. OF COURSE IT WAS THE PIT, THAT IS WHAT THEY ARE BRED TO DO.

May 13, 2010 HIGH POINT — A 4-year-old is in stable condition at a hospital after being bitten by a pit bull on Wednesday.The child was playing with a neighbor when the child went into the dog's area and fell, according to police. The pit-bull mix dog attacked the child, who was rescued by family members.The incident happened about 6:55 p.m. at 827 Nance Ave. Police did not release the child's name. The child was taken to Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem.The dog has been taken to the Guilford County Animal Shelter for the required 10-day observation period. According to the dog's owner, all vaccinations were up to date.The case remains under investigation, though criminal charges are not expected, police said. OKAY NUTTERS, LET'S BLAME THE 4 YEAR OLD FOR PROVOKING THE DOG.

May 14, 2010 A 5-year-old is recovering after his father says he was attacked by a neighbor's Pit Bull Thursday evening.
Josh Carver had 10 staples put in the back of his head and 8 stitches in his face. He was released from Pitt County Memorial Hospital Friday morning.Family members say the youngster was bitten while visiting his uncle's home in Chocowinity. Animal Control says they have the dog quarantined for ten days and are still investigating to see if it is dangerous. Sandy Woolard says the dog was in its own yard when the child went into the yard. She said they are still investigating other details that happened. NUTTER UNCLE BLAMES HIS NEPHEW!!!!!